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The Youngstown Vindicator
Vindy.com, Obituaries, Tributes, MINNIE L WILLIAMS, Youngstown, OhioYOUNGSTOWN - A funeral service celebrating the life and legacy of Mrs. Minnie L
Vindy.com, Obituaries, Tributes, MINNIE L WILLIAMS, Youngstown, Ohio
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 3 hours ago
YOUNGSTOWN - A funeral service celebrating the life and legacy of Mrs. Minnie Louise Williams, 79, will be held on Friday, Feb. 12, 2016, at 11 a.m. the at Greater Friendship Baptist Church. Mrs. Williams, 79, departed this life Tuesday, Feb. 2,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Opium growers find salvation in coffeeVillagers run their own coffee shop in Ban Phahi. The hill village in Chiang Ra
Opium growers find salvation in coffee
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 hours ago
Villagers run their own coffee shop in Ban Phahi. The hill village in Chiang Rai is regarded as one of the best locations to grow Arabica beans in Thailand. CHATRUDEE THEPARAT Coffee lovers may be familiar with the premium Phahi coffee grown by the... Read more
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The Record-Journal
Longtime chamber head remembered for his service to MeridenMERIDEN — Longtime Chamber of Commerce leader Sanford S. Shorr will be remember
Longtime chamber head remembered for his service to Meriden
The Record-Journal / Posted 5 hours ago
MERIDEN — Longtime Chamber of Commerce leader Sanford S. Shorr will be remembered for his service to the city and to the country. Shorr died at his home on Feb. 1 at the age of 96. Sandy Shorr, as he was known by many, was born in Woonsocket, R.I.,... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Flora J. ‘Jeanie’ SamuelJeanie was born Feb. 23, 1941, in Rockford, the daughter of William A. and Flor
Flora J. ‘Jeanie’ Samuel
SaukValley.com / Posted 6 hours ago
Jeanie was born Feb. 23, 1941, in Rockford, the daughter of William A. and Flora M. (Runyard) Carter. She married William “Bill” Samuel on June 30, 1990, in Rockford. Jeanie worked as a real estate agent locally for several years. Survivors include... Read more
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Colorado Daily
At Colorado snow sports trade show, fashion for the slopes and cityAs skiers and snowboarders were enjoying fresh powder in the Colorado mountains
At Colorado snow sports trade show, fashion for the slopes and city
Colorado Daily / Posted 7 hours ago
As skiers and snowboarders were enjoying fresh powder in the Colorado mountains last week, thousands of retail buyers and manufacturers of cold weather gear descended on Denver for the annual SIA Snowshow to decide what to offer consumers next... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Shakespeare gets a modern look amid a Dallas theatre renaissanceRomeo and Juliet get around. This, however, may be the first time in Dallas-For
Shakespeare gets a modern look amid a Dallas theatre renaissance
Dallas Morning News / Posted 9 hours ago
Romeo and Juliet get around. This, however, may be the first time in Dallas-Fort Worth that they get around in a time that looks like 2016. Dallas Theater Center is taking a fresh approach with a sleekly modernized adaptation of Shakespeare’s... Read more
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Times of Malta
Kew Gardens sports Brazilian theme to mark Rio OlympicsKew Gardens is adopting a Brazilian theme in the run-up to the Rio Olympics wit
Kew Gardens sports Brazilian theme to mark Rio Olympics
Times of Malta / Posted 10 hours ago
Kew Gardens is adopting a Brazilian theme in the run-up to the Rio Olympics with an exhibition of works by an artist who travelled deep into the Amazon to paint its plant life. Paintings by Margaret Mee, a British explorer who made 15 trips into the... Read more
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Island Packet
Doughtie: Beaufort County's environment in hands of younger generationAs I have told you in past columns, winter is by far the hardest time to write
Doughtie: Beaufort County's environment in hands of younger generation
Island Packet / Posted 11 hours ago
As I have told you in past columns, winter is by far the hardest time to write columns about nature, fishing and other outdoor pursuits. With that said, my column last week about developers that are tossing out all the standards that have made this... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Would you swap your home for your own private island?When you are able to buy a tropical island off the coast of Florida for the sam
Would you swap your home for your own private island?
Liverpool Echo / Posted 12 hours ago
When you are able to buy a tropical island off the coast of Florida for the same price as a terraced house in With a spare £187,598 you could buy Little Tancook Island , six miles off the southern coast of Nova Scotia in Mahone Bay, Canada. The Bay... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Experiencing Art: Aspen Art Museum 
Adds Life to Still ArtMuseums may have a reputation for being quiet places, but don’t be surprised if
Experiencing Art: Aspen Art Museum 
Adds Life to Still Art
Aspen Daily News / Posted 16 hours ago
Museums may have a reputation for being quiet places, but don’t be surprised if a group of women breaks into song in Aspen’s. They’ve been doing it all season. Their performance-art is part of “A Fragile But Marvelous Life,” the main-floor gallery... Read more
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USA Today
Books: New and noteworthyUSA TODAY’s Jocelyn McClurg scopes out the hottest books on sale each week. 1.
Books: New and noteworthy
USA Today / Posted 18 hours ago
USA TODAY’s Jocelyn McClurg scopes out the hottest books on sale each week. 1. Georgia by Dawn Tripp (Random House, fiction, on sale Feb. 9) What it’s about: Historical novel explores artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s relationship with photographer Alfred... Read more
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Accounting Today
Tax Fraud Blotter: Advanced FraudA roundup of our favorite recent tax fraud cases. Atlanta: Preparer Cheryl Sin
Tax Fraud Blotter: Advanced Fraud
Accounting Today / Posted 18 hours ago
A roundup of our favorite recent tax fraud cases. Atlanta: Preparer Cheryl Singleton, 28, has been indicted for 10 counts of wire fraud, 10 counts of aggravated ID theft and 10 counts of filing false claims against the U.S. Singleton owned and... Read more
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The Marshall News Messenger
Harrison County couple makes plans for ceremony part of showcaseA Harrison County couple has been busy working to finalize details of their dre
Harrison County couple makes plans for ceremony part of showcase
The Marshall News Messenger / Posted 19 hours ago
A Harrison County couple has been busy working to finalize details of their dream wedding. Kayela Wyatt and her fiancé, Cash Cole, were selected to win a fairytale wedding during the first East Texas Bridal Showcase, which is being presented Feb. 28... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Downtown park fulfills over century-long endeavorAt the northeast corner of Broad and Laurel streets is a plot of land, newly le
Downtown park fulfills over century-long endeavor
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 21 hours ago
At the northeast corner of Broad and Laurel streets is a plot of land, newly leveled and tidied, that has played a leading role throughout downtown Hazleton’s multi-act history. The small plot hosted enterprising pioneers and immigrant merchants,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?The aftermath of fire in the world heritage area on Tasmania's central plateau.
Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
The aftermath of fire in the world heritage area on Tasmania's central plateau. Photo: Rob Blakers What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13 sparked a... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury's Picture Our Lakes contest backTo celebrate its 10th anniversary, Artists on Elgin's 2017 Picture Our Lakes co
Sudbury's Picture Our Lakes contest back
The Sudbury Star / Posted 22 hours ago
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Artists on Elgin's 2017 Picture Our Lakes contest will be extended to include a series of post cards, as well as the calendar. Residents and visitors are encouraged to submit their most captivating Sudbury photos... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Creative costumes inspired by Aurora BorealisWITH Greenland and the Aurora Borealis as inspiration, there were many colourfu
Creative costumes inspired by Aurora Borealis
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
WITH Greenland and the Aurora Borealis as inspiration, there were many colourful outfits at Queensland Country Women's Association's recent international weekend. QCWA state international officer Sara Faddy about 120 women from all over Queensland... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?The aftermath of fire in the world heritage area on Tasmania's central plateau.
Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
The aftermath of fire in the world heritage area on Tasmania's central plateau. Photo: Rob Blakers What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13 sparked a... Read more
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The Age
Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?The aftermath of fire in the world heritage area on Tasmania's central plateau.
Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
The Age / Posted yesterday
The aftermath of fire in the world heritage area on Tasmania's central plateau. Photo: Rob Blakers What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13 sparked a... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Fierce battle looms in Xterra todayMANILA, Philippines – Bradley Weiss gears up for another shot at the crown agai
Fierce battle looms in Xterra today
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
MANILA, Philippines – Bradley Weiss gears up for another shot at the crown against a slew of challengers out to foil his back-to-back title drive, guaranteeing a fierce battle for top honors in the men’s pro side of the Xterra Albay 2016 firing off... Read more
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FOX 4 Kansas City
KCPD investigating homicide after man found shot to death in vehicleScene of a Kansas City, Mo., homicide investigation in the 7400 block of Flora
KCPD investigating homicide after man found shot to death in vehicle
FOX 4 Kansas City / Posted yesterday
Scene of a Kansas City, Mo., homicide investigation in the 7400 block of Flora on Saturday, February 6, 2016. (Megan Dillard/WDAF-TV) Scene of a Kansas City, Mo., homicide investigation in the 7400 block of Flora on Saturday, February 6, 2016.... Read more
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Wired News
People Cross Antarctica All the Time. It’s Still Crazy HardLast week, after 70 days on the Antarctic ice and more than 900 miles of sloggi
People Cross Antarctica All the Time. It’s Still Crazy Hard
Wired News / Posted yesterday
Last week, after 70 days on the Antarctic ice and more than 900 miles of slogging though the snow, Henry Worsley called for help: He could no longer “slide one ski in front of the other.” The seasoned explorer, who had previously completed several... Read more
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New Kerala
Shillong leg of SAG opens with glittering ceremonyShillong, Feb 6 : The Shillong leg of the 12th South Asian Games opened with a
Shillong leg of SAG opens with glittering ceremony
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
Shillong, Feb 6 : The Shillong leg of the 12th South Asian Games opened with a spectacular ceremony here on Saturday. Athletes from eight South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) nations paraded before the spectators in the... Read more
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KMBC-TV Kansas City
Man found shot to death in car, KC police sayA man was found shot to death in a car in a driveway Saturday morning, Kansas C
Man found shot to death in car, KC police say
KMBC-TV Kansas City / Posted yesterday
A man was found shot to death in a car in a driveway Saturday morning, Kansas City police said. Police were called to 74th Street and Flora Avenue just after 8 a.m. Authorities said family members went outside and found the car with several bullet... Read more
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iol.co.za
Go tell it on the mountainForced removals severed psychologically healthy connections with nature, writes
Go tell it on the mountain
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
Forced removals severed psychologically healthy connections with nature, writes Farieda Khan. Forced removals, forcible relocation, dispossession – call it what you will, South Africa’s history has been besmirched by traumatic events from its... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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The Young Witness
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
3,378-hectare Tañon Strait coral reef assessed Cebu – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources in Central Visayas
3,378-hectare Tañon Strait coral reef assessed
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
Cebu – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources in Central Visayas (DENR-7), through its Conservation and Development Division (CDD), has completed the assessment of some 3,378 hectares of... Read more
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Western Advocate
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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Manning River Times
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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The North West Star
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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The Border Mail
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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The Courier
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irrep
Explainer: Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
The Courier / Posted yesterday
A rising frequency of fires in Tasmania's wilderness threatens to destroy irreplaceable ancient ecosystems. What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13... Read more
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WA Today
Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?The aftermath of fire in the world heritage area on Tasmania's central plateau.
Why is Tasmania's world heritage area burning?
WA Today / Posted yesterday
The aftermath of fire in the world heritage area on Tasmania's central plateau. Photo: Rob Blakers What is happening with fire in Tasmania? The island state is burning in a way it hasn't for many years. Lightning strikes on January 13 sparked a... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary celebrates World Wetlands Day FestivalMissed World Wetlands Day? 1 COMMENTS While visiting, contemplate the Hughes
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary celebrates World Wetlands Day Festival
Naples Daily News / Posted yesterday
Missed World Wetlands Day? 1 COMMENTS While visiting, contemplate the Hughes oil drilling and fracking that occurred in 2013 on Collier property just to the east of the entrance road to Corkscrew Swamp. Let us value the correct things in our... Read more
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Rappler
A Pinoy's guide for planning a trip to the Scottish HighlandsBeautiful lands to take in once you get to Scotland. All photos provided by Lig
A Pinoy's guide for planning a trip to the Scottish Highlands
Rappler / Posted yesterday
Beautiful lands to take in once you get to Scotland. All photos provided by Ligaya Solera Purple heather-covered hills and mountains cloaked in mist. Legends and songs that seem to have sprung from the very earth. Adventures of the culinary kind:... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Mekong expedition covers 2,000km by bike - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Mekong expedition covers 2,000km by bike
Chichester Observer / Posted yesterday
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Brandon Sun
Neepawa to play for third at JamEmerson Martin scored 15 points to lead the Dakota Lancers to a 63-45 win over
Neepawa to play for third at Jam
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
Emerson Martin scored 15 points to lead the Dakota Lancers to a 63-45 win over the Neepawa Tigers in one of two championship semifinal games Friday at the Java Jam high school basketball tournament at the Crocus Plains on Friday. Lina Gordon posted... Read more
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Evening Standard
Tropical paradise comes to Kew Gardens as festival gets underwayA colourful Brazilian carnival is the theme of this year's orchid festival at K
Tropical paradise comes to Kew Gardens as festival gets underway
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
A colourful Brazilian carnival is the theme of this year's orchid festival at Kew Gardens. A series of vibrant displays featuring orchids and other tropical flowers take over the glasshouse, creating a sensory journey through the striking flora of... Read more
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The Auto Channel
Florida Power & Light Company's new manatee observatory and education facility opens its doors to the publicRIVIERA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 5, 2016 -- Florida Power & Light Company today announ
Florida Power & Light Company's new manatee observatory and education facility opens its doors to the public
The Auto Channel / Posted yesterday
RIVIERA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 5, 2016 -- Florida Power & Light Company today announced that Manatee Lagoon – An FPL Eco-Discovery Center™ will open its doors tomorrow, Feb. 6, 2016, �to visitors eager to see and learn about manatees, the environment and... Read more
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Science Daily
Smooth hunters: How environmental awareness helped the Bushmen to poison their gameA cross-disciplinary examination involving socio-cultural, historical and ecolo
Smooth hunters: How environmental awareness helped the Bushmen to poison their game
Science Daily / Posted 2 days ago
A cross-disciplinary examination involving socio-cultural, historical and ecological as well as entomological knowledge and fieldwork has allowed for a report on the poison sources, their preparation, use and antidotes for the two largest San... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Zika virus won't ruin Brazil's Carnival | Money - Home By Flora Charner and Shasta Darlington Mario Tama/Getty Image
Zika virus won't ruin Brazil's Carnival
KTVZ Bend / Posted 2 days ago
| Money - Home By Flora Charner and Shasta Darlington Mario Tama/Getty Images The Zika virus isn't scaring away Brazil's Carnival revelers and the country's hotels are reporting higher bookings than last... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Hoosier Hoop Hysteria: February 5BOYS BASKETBALL Bloomington Lighthouse 61, Columbus Christian 42 Indpls Manua
Hoosier Hoop Hysteria: February 5
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 2 days ago
BOYS BASKETBALL Bloomington Lighthouse 61, Columbus Christian 42 Indpls Manual 92, Indpls Marshall 33 Michigan City Marquette 88, Lighthouse CPA 65 Oldenburg 51, Indpls Scecina 44 Triton Central 57, Heritage Christian 52 Sangamon Valley... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
February 5BOYS BASKETBALL Bloomington Lighthouse 61, Columbus Christian 42 Indpls Manua
February 5
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 2 days ago
BOYS BASKETBALL Bloomington Lighthouse 61, Columbus Christian 42 Indpls Manual 92, Indpls Marshall 33 Michigan City Marquette 88, Lighthouse CPA 65 Oldenburg 51, Indpls Scecina 44 Triton Central 57, Heritage Christian 52 Sangamon Valley... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Chris Teicheira’s excellent adventureIt’s Super Bowl week. America’s most popular, yet unrecognized holiday. This is
Chris Teicheira’s excellent adventure
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
It’s Super Bowl week. America’s most popular, yet unrecognized holiday. This is Thanksgiving with a better football game. If congress would finally pass a law, giving us Monday morning off – I’d be willing to say goodbye to Valentine’s and Labor Day... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Nottingham was early resident of Grey ForestAfter Flora Louise Nottingham moved to what was then known as Scenic Loop Playg
Nottingham was early resident of Grey Forest
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
After Flora Louise Nottingham moved to what was then known as Scenic Loop Playground in the late 1950s, her many nieces and nephews living on the South Side would catch a Greyhound bus to Helotes to visit. “There was nothing between what is now Grey... Read more
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